Nothing, the consumer technology brand, has broadened its portfolio with the launch of the Ear (2) Black, featuring two unique additions: an Advanced Equaliser and Noise Reduction. These new features aim to enhance the user’s listening experience.
The Ear (2) Black is designed to deliver an authentic sound experience, enhanced by Hi-Res Audio certification and LHDC 5.0 technology. The earbuds come with an 11.6 mm custom driver for deep bass and clear highs, thanks to a new dual chamber design that improves sound quality through smoother airflow.
The newly introduced earbuds also feature Dual Connection for easy device switching, Personal Sound Profile for tailored personalisation, improved Clear Voice Technology to filter wind and crowd noise, and Personalised Active Noise Cancellation that adapts to each user’s unique ear canal shape. The new black variant follows the award-winning Ear (2), sporting a smoky and matte black finish.
The Advanced Equaliser, a new addition to the Ear (2) and Ear (stick), allows users to customise their sound experience with precision. This feature offers an intuitive graphical interface for a parametric 8-band equaliser, complete with real-time previews, full Q factor, and frequency control. Users can share their EQ profile or download others via a QR code through the Nothing X app.
Another groundbreaking feature, Noise Reduction, has been introduced for Ear (stick) users. It enables listeners to minimize ambient noise for a deeper music immersion. The Ear (stick) boasts a half in-ear design for all-day comfort and superior sound quality, courtesy of its 12.6 mm custom driver.
The Ear (2) Black will retail at Rs. 9,999 and will be available from 21 July via Flipkart and select retail stores. Phone (2) pre-order customers will enjoy early access to the Ear (2) Black from 11th July till 20th July. Both the Advanced Equaliser and Noise Reduction features are available from today on Nothing X for all Ear (2) and Ear (stick) users.
With this new addition and innovative features, Nothing continues to redefine the boundaries of sound technology.